Whether you are faced with a contested or uncontested divorce, our attorneys in Cumming, Georgia can help. We talk with you and not at you - our goal is to guide you through every twist and turn throughout the divorce process.


We ensure the divorce is conducted according to your needs by taking the time to hear your unique concerns. As experienced divorce attorneys, we advise you on child custody, child support, alimony, visitation, property division, marital debt, and all other issues affecting your separation agreement and divorce decree in a professional manner. We strive to inform you of the law and advise you of the best course of action in light of your unique goals and concerns.

How do I know my rights are being protected?

When you come into our office, our divorce attorneys will listen to your individual story. Our extensive experience in dealing with divorce cases will put you at ease and inform you of your rights and obligations during the case. If you have already been served with a complaint for divorce, there are important deadlines you must meet. Please contact our law firm and let us help you during this difficult process. After our initial consultation, we will give you a detailed questionnaire to return to our office that will help narrow the issues in your case.

How will I know work is being done on my case?

Our Cumming, Georgia divorce attorneys pride themselves on keeping you informed throughout the duration of your case. We always send you copies of any correspondence or pleadings filed in your case. Divorces oftentimes may take months or even years to complete, and we want you to feel confident and at ease with us as we represent you.

Uncontested cases are, by their very nature, completed more quickly than most contested cases. However, if your uncontested case becomes contested, our lawyers will work with you to ensure your and your children's best interests are protected.

Please contact our law office today to schedule your consultation.

What happens after my case is completed?

We always remind our divorce clients their will may be nullified by law at the conclusion of their case. Please remember to have our attorneys review your will to ensure your assets are protected.